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from that -- then you have linkedin who ultimately agreed with where they wanted to go, but his method was to carefully put 1 foot in front of the other and see if he was going to be able to stand or not, and when he could, to be able to take the next step. he called the abolitionists the most unhandy doubles he had encountered, but ultimately, they are looking toward saigon, and they have the same goals of getting their -- towards guyana -- zion, and they have the same goals of getting there. if you take that, you get the gettysburg idea of freedom. the civil war is not about slavery, and if you believe that, you should look of the speech by the vice-president of the confederacy, who talked about the division -- the vision of the american founders and said, our government is founded on the opposite idea. its foundation rests upon the great truth that the negro is not equal to the white man, that slavery and subordination to the superior race is natural. this new government is the first in the history of the world based on this great historical and moral truth. if you do not believe th
, evidence that the dot comes are alive and kicking. linkedin shares are rallying. >> bulls are carrying on, on wall street, as they react to the jobs report. >> jane king is live with the latest. hang on, jane. buckle in. >> no kidding. this has been crazy. we're up today. we have the job report coming out a bit better than expected last month. the numbers, in july, the u.s. created 117,000 jobs. we expected 85,000. so a little bit better than expected. jobless rate dropping, actually, to 9.1% from 9.2%. in california, currently stands at 11.8%. so that is much higher than the rest of the country. so let's see how the market is doing after that bloodbath that we had yesterday. a bit of a rebound here this morning. the dow is up 100 points. s&p and nasdaq all trading higher. the big question is this going to ease fears of recession and banking crisis in europe? the shares of mountain view based linked-in soaring. in their case, the job market, weak one is helping out the social networking company. they have sales from hiring surface tripled. the bad news for brocade communication, they lowe
and realize the full potential of the linkedin platform. what does that mean? it can apply to any company doing anything in the world. we'll find out what we're up to. political ticker time. comedian and host pete domenici nick on sirius podus. it's twins' weekend, we figureled we'd book you. >> you're more ageless. and raceless. i'm just this pale guy. >> you're smart and funny. sounds like a line from the movie, "the help." talk about the low approval rate. we're talking really low. >> this is one of the highest disapproval rates ever. mark twain said it could be shown by facts or figures that there's no distinctively native american criminal class except for congress, alley velshi. most of the men and women they think we're stupid. they're not listening to us. >> isn't that sad? we have freedom, we can vote, we have liberties, we have a market. why does that have to be the case? >> i think it's because they're not doing the bidding of the american people but doing the bidding of the people who pay them to write the rules and regulations to help their industries. i think the americans w
a barrel near the mid-february high. gases prices may go down a bit. linkedin record its earnings better than expected. but its shares are down almost 5%. and san jose-based brocade communications makes network gear says it will miss revenue projections when it reports earnings monday. its shares are down 25%. >> ow. >> frank and grace? >> can you coin that phrase, absolute beatdown? >> reporter: we heard that yesterday. all sort of euphemisms. none good. hopefully better today. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. >>> well, is he in or out? anyone thinking about running for mayor in san francisco needs to decide very soon. >> that's what a lot of people are wondering what ed lee's plans are. he joins cbs 5 political insider phil matier. good morning. >>> good morning. [ chatter ] >> good morning. mayor lee, okay, right in the middle of something. all right, look. >> good morning, phil. >> good morning to you. >> forget that. [ laughter ] >> let's get right to it. are you running for mayor again? >> i haven't decided. i'll decide this weekend. >> oh, come on. you'
on linkedin and make sure that your profile syncs with your resume. then use that site to search for people with whom you have a personal connection. were you born in the same hometown? did you go to the same school? do you go to the same church? same fraternity, same sorority? the key is, you want to make that personal connection because you can use it to get in the door and you can't just be a piece of paper at this point. >> and you also mentioned that making sure your credit history is something to be proud of. that has to be tough for folks that have been unemployed for an extended period of time. >> we have to acknowledge that it is tough. even if you can only make those minimum payments, it's important that you make the minimum payments on time. if you think you're going to be late or delinquent, call yoi your creditor before it happens. explain what's going on, wave the white flag and see if they'll give you a break before they report it to the credit bureaus. some will give you a little bit of time. >> jean, always useful information. thank you so much. appreciate your time. >> my
's going to start slow rolling out these games in waves. >>> linkedin said it will no longer display users names and photos in social ads. this week users began protesting the new form of advertising, called social ads. it promoted ads or services they recommended or companies they followed by using members' names and photos. now the social ads will only tell you when people in your network make a recommendation as opposed to showing their name or photo. >>> england's prime minister says he's looking into blocking social networking sites and messaging services in the event of violent unrest. government leaders are working with law enforcement agencies and tech companies to explore the option. tlae people have already been arrested on suspicion of using social media and messaging to encourage rioting. critics say silencing people in that way would only make people more angry. in all more than 1200 people have been arrested in england after five days of rioting. it all started on saturday as a peaceful protest. people upset with the fatal police p shooting of a father of four. >>> we've all
linkedin which is like a professional social network. which is a great tool for recruiting people and connecting on a network perspective. that's my business and social. facebook i try to restrict from, you know, colleagues and business associates. so i totally agree with you. >> we really like using facebook at 20 x 200 as a way to get response from our customers. so we do, you know, different sorts of quizzes or contexts from time to time. it's a really easy way to get sort of interactive, if you will with your customers. and that's one the real strengths that we find about it. >> so i have to be honest, my -- i've noticed, you know, the broad spectrum of behavior on facebook, at least in my life. i have a large group of friends and family members who use it sort of on a regular basis. then i have some that are really afraid to share information. then i have any nephew who is sharing everything about his life to me every hour of the day. every whim, every thought that passes through his mind. it scares me a little bit. and as i know, as i've hired many people over the years, i k
. it is also about connecting with business professionals through linkedin and things like that. how will our brands and consumers using social media -- how are the brands and consumers using social media in interesting ways? >> i think there are a lot of tool sets that have come into play. they are making social and media more accessible. pulse news is one that i use. it pulls in from social media to make sense of what journalists and others that i respect are saying. it puts it together in one place that is easy. any kind of news i am interested in, all of these thieves -- feeds are coming in from twitter and presenting its in an interesting way. whenever i am interested in is presented in an interesting way. this is a whole another aspect of social media. it is the twitter feed your accustomed to but in a way i was accustomed to with a magazine. with better filtration and tools, it is pretty fantastic. tools allow us to filter out and bring the best of journalism and respected sources or entertainment together that is available. >> facebook has 750 million users. it was a country, it would
. >>> and linkedin in the business social network reported a surprising profit in its first earnings report. it netted $4.5 million, that beat expectations. it reported sales more than doubled from a year ago. don't forget the latest news about your money check out the new cnnmoney.com. "american morning" back right after the break. i'm always looking out for small ways to be more healthy. like new splenda® essentials™ no calorie sweeteners. this bowl of strawberries is loaded with vitamin c. and now, b vitamins to boot. coffee doesn't have fiber. unless you want it to. new splenda® essentials™ are the first and only line of sweeteners with a small boost of fiber, or antioxidants, or b vitamins in every packet. mmm. same great taste with an added "way to go, me" feeling. new splenda® essentials™. get more out of what you put in. really? 25 grams of protein. what do we have? all four of us, together? 24. he's low fat, too, and has 5 grams of sugars. i'll believe it when i--- [ both ] oooooh... what's shakin'? [ female announcer ] as you get older, protein is an important part of sta
. >> you want people to remember to use social media very witzly and carefully. >> used linkedin, and search with connections with people who have jobs. same high school, sorority, from a fraternity, church. get in there. >> keep your credit in good shape. >> this is hard for people. >> easier said than done. >> even if you can make only the minimum payment, make sure that you make them on time. employers are checking. >> thank you appreciate it. >>> wear that, not this. abercrombie & fitch offers to pay the situation from jersey shore not the wear its clothing. that after this. ♪ why settle for a one-note cereal? get more with honey bunches of oats. four nutritious grains come together for more taste, more texture, more healthy satisfaction. have a bowl of happy. ♪ hershey's chocolate syrup. stir up a smile. on today's show, keep your photos right at your fingertips. literally! ok. can you zoom in on this? ok. this is my boyfriend. this is my mom and dad. robin, you ok? whatcha doin'? oh, dealing with a slight underwear malfunction. oh, you need hanes panties. they don't rid
a lot of stuff out there on facebook and linkedin and everything else without the kind of concern about privacy that my generation grew up with and have sort of rubbed into it. so when we look ahead, it's not that we don't want to protect vital information, but the whole idea of, basically, americans like government when their security is threatened. they don't like government when their privacy is threatened or when their communications are threatened. so just going forward that's an interesting thing to think about, that culturally we may be evolving into a society or a world where a lot of people don't particularly care if you're tromping about in their cyberspace. >> so let me see, i should note that government executive has just published a special issue on cybersecurity and that our terrific technology web site, next gov.com, has a lot of other information in addition to what was published in this print on that topic. i think we have run out of time. there is so much more we could talk about, but we've, we've covered some very interesting territory, i think. and so let me thank jo
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